AGC of America joins lawsuit against the National Labor Relations Board on its new joint-employer standard that threatens upheaval of the traditional contractor-subcontractor relationship.
A U.S. Department of Labor proposal increasing overtime thresholds from $35,568 to $60,209 threatens employees’ career advancement, flexibility, and access to benefits.
AGC of America files lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Labor’s overreach in unlawfully expanding of Davis Bacon coverage to manufacturing, trucking, material supply and more.
NLRB broadens the standard for when two employers that work together are considered joint employers and may be held jointly responsible for any unfair labor practices and collective bargaining obligations.
AGC pushes back on a bipartisan effort to exclude commercial construction employers from the only visa program—the H-2B visa program—available to it.
Join AGC of America and one of the nation’s leading business immigration experts for a complimentary webinar on navigating the employment-based immigration system.
AGC weighs in on IRS proposal detailing prevailing wage and apprenticeship Inflation Reduction Act tax credit requirements on clean energy projects.
AGC of America provides resources for your construction firms to be prepared for the new Davis Bacon final rule requirements as it also readies a rifle shot legal challenge in court.
Join AGC of America on October 10 for a complimentary webinar providing a practical guide to the new Davis Bacon regulations taking effect October 23.
H-2B visa seasonal workers would be granted greater protections and flexibility in the duration of their visas under a new DHS proposed rule.
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